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Power Of A Product Rule (Multiple Bases) Quiz

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Power of a product rule is another way of simplifying the exponents. According to the rule, any power is equivalent to the product of its factors that is raised to the same powers. The superscript number is referred to as ‘power. The number raised to the power is known as ‘base’. Share this amazing Power of a product rule (multiple bases) quiz with your students and help them increase their understanding of the power of a product rule. 


 

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Power of a product rule is another way of simplifying the exponents. According to the rule, any power is equivalent to the product of its factors that is raised to the same powers. The superscript number is referred to as ‘power. The number raised to the power is known as ‘base’. Share this amazing Power of a product rule (multiple bases) quiz with your students and help them increase their understanding of the power of a product rule. 


 

This quiz will help your students explore their understanding of the power of a product rule (multiple bases). 


 

Power of a product rule is another way of simplifying the exponents. According to the rule, any power is equivalent to the product of its factors that is raised to the same powers. The superscript number is referred to as ‘power. The number raised to the power is known as ‘base’. Share this amazing Power of...

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Grade 8
Exponents
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